Walgreens to offer H1N1 vaccine

December 11, 2009 3:18:47 PM PST
Nine people in Illinois have died from H1N1 flu and more than 200 people have been hospitalized as the vaccine is becoming more readily available in the Chicago area.Walgreens is now offering both H1N1 injection and nasal vaccines.

The vaccine is being offered at more than 30 pharmacies and some Take Care Clinics around the Chicago area.

The vaccine is available until 7 p.m. Friday and starting at 9 Saturday morning, while supplies last.

H1N1 vaccinations will be available at the following Chicago Walgreens locations beginning Dec. 11:

1554 E. 55th St. 5625 N. Ridge
757 N. Michigan Ave. 4343 N. Central Ave.
3405 S. King Drive 4748 W. North Ave.
1601 N. Wells St.* 111 S. Halsted St.
7510 N. Western Ave.* 3153 W. Irving Park Road
1200 N. Dearborn St. 8628 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
1931 W. Cermak Road 2924 E. 92nd St.*
6310 N. Nagle 5435 S. Kedzie Ave.
1616 E. 87th St. 79 W. Monroe St.*
641 N. Clark St. 3019 W. Peterson Ave.
11 E. 75th St.* 3222 N. Milwaukee Ave.
3201 N. Broadway St. 2001 N. Milwaukee Ave.
3046 N. Halsted St. 833 W. 115th St.
5600 W. Fullerton Ave. 4010 W. Lawrence Ave.
1633 W. 95th St.* 7109 S. Jeffery Blvd.
501 W. Roosevelt Rd.

*Take Care Clinic location

Walgreens and Take Care Health plan to offer H1N1 vaccine at additional locations throughout the Chicago area as supply becomes available.

To find the nearest Walgreens location, consumers are asked to call 1-800-Walgreens or visit www.walgreens.com/flu . For the nearest Take Care Clinic, consumers can visit www.takecarehealth.com or call 1-866-Take-Care.


Load Comments